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What the stars were drinking at the 2019 Golden Globes

What the stars were drinking at the 2019 Golden Globes



More than 125 cases of Moët magnums will be served today at the 2019 Golden Globes.

Moët & Chandon is gearing up for its biggest Awards ceremony yet, as its sponsorship of the event enters its 28th year.

Last year, Moët & Chandon served over 1500 Minis on the red carpet and over 500 cocktails. During the ceremony, tables are set with magnums of Grand Vintage 2008 and Rosé Impérial. 

The Champagne maker will also supply bubbles to the after-parties. Around 2000 Minis, 500 750ml bottles and 50 magnums will be delivered to the locations of various venues around Los Angeles. The Netflix bash even had a Moët and Chandon vending machine

The Champagne house's philanthropic initiative - "Toast for a Cause" - is also celebrating its 10th year. 

The program gives nominees an opportunity to raise a toast with Moët & Chandon's Imperial Minis in support of their favorite charities.

For each toast raised, Moët & Chandon donates $1000 to the chosen charity in the nominee's name. More than 200 nominees have participated in the philanthropic initiative, including Kendall Jenner (pictured main), George Clooney, Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence.

Since this program began, Moët & Chandon has raised over $250,000 for more than 150 charities, funds and causes across the country like the American Red Cross, Time's Up and UNICEF.

The face of this year's Toast for A Cause is Crazy Rich Asians star Gemma Chan (above). 

She noted to The Hollywood Reporter: "I’ve been fortunate to have had an exciting year, and what better way to celebrate my first Golden Globe Awards and the success and boundary-breaking milestones of Crazy Rich Asians than with a glass of champagne? I think Astrid would agree! In all honesty, while Moet has always been an iconic champagne, I also admire their focus on charity through Toast for a Cause, so was thrilled when they invited me to get involved in the program’s 10th anniversary.

"I have always placed great importance on philanthropy and embrace any opportunity to give back to causes that I’m passionate about. Now, more than ever, the Hollywood community is actively seeking out ways to give back, so it’s wonderful that Moet & Chandon continues to provide that opportunity for nominees on such an international stage like the Golden Globes."

The official cocktail of the Golden Globes - the Moët Belle - was created by actress Camilla Belle (above) and pays homage to her Brazilian roots with its mix of Cachaca, mango juice, ginger syrup, lime juice and Moët Brut Imperial.

 



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